What’s Going On Uptown

A big glass container of lotion just toppled from the top of the medicine cabinet and descended through the porcelein sink – yes, through the sink, bashing out a big chunk where the soap is supposed to be.

Oh, I can’t wait to tell my landlady about that. I can’t wait till Jenn reads this. Look, more money I get to owe to people!

That aside, things on the health front are much, much better. My body seems to have totally gotten used to the IUD, and it’s painless and discomfortless at this point. About the time that was clearing up, I got attacked by more yeast (yep – as promised, getting on/off the pill and high stress are great triggers) and started popping acidophilis like candy, which proved a good move – that cleared up quick. I’ll be taking it all week as a precautionary.

I’ve been doing a lot of reading relating to the book I’m working on. I’m concurrently working on getting through Pamela Barmash’s Homicide in the Biblical World and Jan Goodwin’s absolutely wonderful Price of Honor, which is a great overview of the status of women in Islamic countries. I also picked up a copy of the Koran, which is a lot more woman-friendly than most Islamic fundamentalists would have anybody believe. Like the Bible, it’s another one of those “holy” books that people use for their own ends, selectively quoting and interpreting it to back their own beliefs. Bah.

Anyhow, good stuff.

The goal is to get back to MA class this week (ah, yes, my goal *every* week), but it’s also the first week I’ve felt 90% of normal, healthwise, for the last couple of months.

We’ll see how things work out.

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